From amusement parks, wildlife centres, fun filled adventures and great family accommodation, you can plan the perfect holiday with the kids to the Barossa Valley. From the time they rise in the morning to when the go to bed of a night time you can fill their days with plenty of exciting activities and attractions that they and you will love. The Barossa Valley is a holiday destination for everyone, not just if you are chasing a romantic getaway with your loved one!
The Barossa Valley is a holiday destination steeped in history and culture, manmade and natural attractions, where there are ample things that the kids will beg you to take them to. The Barossa Reservoirs, also known as Whispering Wall, is somewhere where the kids have a great time with the acoustics as you can whisper a message from one end and have it be heard some 140m away and there are beautiful picnic grounds and BBQ facilities for a day out in the great outdoors. There are historical museums to wander through, markets that are really interesting and Bredl’s Wonder World of Wildlife is something the kids will love.
Set out on a walking trail through one of the nature reserves or National Parks with the kids, go cycling one afternoon or let the kids get a line or two wet in one of the lakes to see what they can reel in. You can all take to the skies in a helicopter for a scenic flight over the Barossa Valley or watch sheep dogs put on a live performance. There is Australia’s largest Lego collection in Angaston where the kids and you can view a huge range of Lego pieces. There are views to be enjoyed from a number of beautiful lookouts, sculpture park is always a winner and everyone will love the Bushgardens.
You can pan for your own gold, find a gem and have it made into something special or hike through one of the forests. With ice cream parlours, having the chance to see homemade arts and crafts, watch how wine is made, playgrounds to play on, public swimming pools, bicycle hire or even visiting the Skate park in Nuriootpa, there are plenty of things to see and do for a holiday with the kids. You can all climb the steps to see the views at Seppetts Mausoleum or if the kids are a little older you can go abseiling or rock climbing too. From lavender farms, olive groves, working farms, alpaca stud farms and interesting towns and villages, your days here with kids will be filled with so many things to see and do!
The Barossa Valley offers a variety of great family accommodation from well facilitate resorts with many onsite attractions to hotels with interlocking rooms, spacious apartments, luxury accommodation if you wish to splurge on the family and holiday homes or perhaps you wish to travel around with the kids in a motorhome or with a campervan and with the many great caravan parks in the Barossa Valley you can travel with all of the creature comforts of home.
The Barossa Valley isn’t just a place for couples and romantic weekend escapes or honeymoons, it is a holiday destination for all travellers and holiday seekers. With great school holiday attractions and activities, plenty of year round fun no matter what time of year you are visiting and affordable family accommodation a trip to the Barossa Valley with the kids has never looked so good.